"A funny and creative work of the acclaimed playwright Caryl Churchill, a writer who places great emphasis on women's issues - written, directed and acted by a talented cast of ladies."
–Mario Echevarria, San Francisco Tribune
"You have to admire the ambition of Ross Valley Players for...tackling difficult-to-perform plays. A series of brilliant individual vignettes that are played with professional touches ...by the highly professional cast playing multiple roles makes the evening worthwhile."
“It may be a long time before you observe eight actors with this level of talent on one stage.”
Four stars..."superb acting by a cast of eight women..."
"Ross Valley Players are presenting 'Top Girls,' an avant-garde piece featuring an all-female cast...Loring Williams of San Bruno (as the central character, Marlene) masterfully conveys a driven character."
"Actress (Loring) Williams provides a magnetic center as the ambition-driven Marlene, and all the others play more than one character. And it’s a delight to see how each actress settles so comfortably into different complex roles."
"Cris Cassell directs the eight excellent women in this complex, multi-character play like a sensitive traffic officer. She nimbly keeps time and place clear on David Apple's workable set (transparent, movable flats), and she uses Les Lizama's distinctive light design (screens take on various emotive colors) to keep audiences in the here-and-now or the back-then."